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tiktok like indian apps: TikTok ban's effect, spark and mitron top in app store and play store – tiktok band brings chingari and mitron on top spot in app store and play store in india

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Since the government blocked the Chinese video sharing app TikTok, its indigenous rivals are becoming increasingly popular. Apps like Roposo, Mitron and Chingari are now being downloaded in India instead of TikTok. The government has banned 59 Chinese apps on Monday, including TikTok. After this, Spark and friends have reached the top in the app Google Play Store and Apple App Store.

The spark appears at number 1 in the category of social networking apps on Apple's App Store and is rated 4.1 stars. Similarly, it has reached number 2 in the list of 'top free apps' of the App Store. This app has a 4.5 star rating on the Google Play Store and has been downloaded more than 50 million times so far. On Google Play Store too, it has reached the second number in the list of 'Top Free Apps' and millions of users are downloading it every day.

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Crores of friends app installs

Talking about friends app, it has reached the fourth position in the 'Top Free Apps' section of the Apple App Store. The app has a 4.5 star rating on the App Store and ranks second after the spark in the social media networking app category. At the same time, this app has got a 4.5 star rating on the Google Play store and it is at number four in the list of top free apps. This app has been downloaded more than 10 million times so far.

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Full-stop at Tiktok

Let me tell you, Ticketcock has stopped working in India. This app is not present on any App Store and the devices which already had TicketLock, see black screen and no video. Users see a pop-up message in the app, which says, 'Dear users, we follow the banning of 59 apps from the Government of India. Privacy and security of all users in India is our first priority.

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